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27 Nov 2021

Tipperary manager Michael Ryan lands top job

'Be ambitious and dream big'

Tipperary manager Michael Ryan lands top job

Tipperary senior hurling manager Michael Ryan has been appointed Head of Bank of Ireland Tipperary.

Tipperary senior hurling manager Michael Ryan can be heard singing from the top of Slievenamon after being appointment as Head of Bank of Ireland Tipperary.

Ryan, who will lead an experienced team across Bank of Ireland’s branches for both business and personal customers, is delighted with his recent appointment. 

The All-Ireland winning manager has leadership responsibility for generating and promoting economic activity in Tipperary across enterprise, community and branch banking.

With 29 years’ experience, the qualified financial advisor is a customer focused financial and banking services manager. Ryan has worked as a senior manager with Ulster Bank Ireland Limited in a variety of roles including business banking and as a specialised relationship manager. Prior to that he was a branch manager with ACC Bank Thurles.

Ryan is passionate about his county and is highly motivated to lead the Bank of Ireland Tipperary team in providing excellent customer service to the people of the Premier County.

Michael Ryan launched Comeragh College in Carrick-on-Suir's school bank incentive last month. 

He has played both hurling and football at every level for Tipperary as well as for his native Upperchurch Drombane GAA Club together with senior and under 21 All Ireland medals with Tipperary in 1991 and 1989 respectively.

Ryan, who has a very keen interest in agriculture and is a part-time farmer, recently launched Comeragh College in Carrick-on-Suir’s school bank branch in conjunction with the Bank of Ireland in the town.  

He encouraged the students to keep active in their lives and said that the value of sport should never be underestimated, no matter what type of sport one chooses to participate in. “Get out and enjoy it and get active. Win as much as you can and take it on the chin with a smile when you lose,” Ryan advised the students.

Ryan also encouraged the students to strive to get the best out of themselves, be ambitious and never be afraid to dream big. 

The Nationalist and South Tipp Today wish him all the best with his new role. 

 

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